California to allow Major League Baseball, parks like Disneyland, live shows to resume at reduced capacity on April 1.
Theme parks across the state will be allowed to reopen with 15% capacity for counties in the red tier. Theme parks will only be open to California residents, addresses will be checked when purchasing a ticket.
Indoor rides will remain closed.
For those itching to get back into a somewhat normal Disneyland experience, Anaheim is in Orange County, which is not currently in the state's reopening red tier but is getting very close to leaving the most restrictive purple tier.
Officials also announced that outdoor spectator sports including Major League Baseball and live performances will be allowed to have 20% attendance once a county enters a red tier.
This change will also take effect starting April 1, which is the opening day for the MLB season.
The home counties of all of California's five MLB teams are currently in the purple tier, but all five of the county's metrics are getting increasingly closer to reaching the red tier and could be a few weeks away of being moved to the red tier.
Counties in the purple tier will have attendance limited to 100 or fewer "regional attendees," according to the state’s Blueprint for reopening
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